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How to capture water in action As winter sets in and going into the outdoors becoming less and less appealing, there is a great indoor technique that will demonstrate how to capture the beauty and form of water in action. You can also visit this authors websites which talks about drying racks and dishwashers at drying racks for laundry and dishwashers on sale. When you use a flash, the burst of light lasts for a tiny fraction of a second. This demonstrates and allows you to freeze action that would otherwise be impossible to capture. We can capture a world that is invisible to the eye by using a flash. There are special triggers and sensors available to make this kind of photography easier but they are most of the times beyond the pockets of most of us. With a lot of practice and some initiative you can use similar techniques to create stunning, eye-catching images. All you need is a camera, an off-camera flash gun, a few pieces of coloured cardboard and a lot of patience. All flashguns can be fired when they are not directly attached to the camera. This is called and known as an off-camera flash. This flash is used to give more indirect and flattering light than the very harsh, straight on light that you get from your flash attached to your camera. There are many ways of achieving off-camera flash lights, depending on the type of camera you have and your budget. Some of them are wireless to allow you to fire the flash without having to connect it to the camera. But most models are attached via a lead between the camera and the flash. When shooting water in action, shoot plenty of frames because no two drops of water splashes are the same. You can delete the failures after you have downloaded all your images – it can be difficult to judge on your small LCD screen. Use different colours for the background and under the glass of water – this create an interesting striking colour in the water. Fill the glass with water to the top to create the images that there is nothing between you and the water. Try to position the camera on the tri-pod so it is level with the surface of the water in the glass. Use a macro lens set to manual focus.

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